The ASH dissertation award is presented annually to the author of the best doctoral dissertation of the Amsterdam School of Historical Studies. The award is accompanied by a prize of € 500.
Janna Coomans (Medieval History) - In Pursuit of a Healthy City: Sanitation and the Common Good in the Late Medieval Low Counties
Ingrid de Zwarte (History) - The Hunger Winter: Fighting Famine in the Occupied Netherlands, 1944-45
Frans Camphuijsen (Medieval History) - Scripting Justice. Legal Practice and Communication in the late Medieval law Courts of Utrecht, York and Paris
Rianne Hermans (Ancient History) - Latin Cults through Roman Eyes. Myth, Memory and Cult Practice in the Alban Hills
Mònica Colominas Aparicio (Religious Studies) - The Religious Polemics of the Muslims of late Medieval Christian Iberia. Identity and Religious Authority in Mudejar Islam
Jaap Cohen (History) - De onontkoombare afkomst van Eli d’Oliveira. Een Portugees-Joodse familiegeschiedenis (also published by Querido; Amsterdam 2015)